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Interbike show Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 22-26, 2008

, Part 14 - October 7, 2008: Tons more new gear from Interbike

Edge Composites' new tubular carbon fiber rim
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The new Edge seatpost is nearly 100 percent carbon fiber
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The unique twin-bolt design
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The Edge Composites road handlebar
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Deep double grooves should hide cables well.
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Edge says the rounded ends fit better in the palms of your hands.
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The included plugs finish things off nicely.
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Edge Composites hosted their own little 'mini-NAHBS' show
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The new Parlee cyclo-cross bike
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The rear end is purpose-built for the 'cross bike by Edge Composites.
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Parlee even crafted a set of triple housing stops
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Neatly-cut titanium dropouts finish off the rear end.
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It's a small detail but one that can mean the difference
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The bridgeless chain stays offer ample tire clearance.
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This Parlee road bike was custom-finished for Arizona retail Fairwheel Bikes
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The Storck Stiletto fork is among the lightest around.
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The custom finish isn't just reserved for the frame.
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Even the AX-Lightness saddle and post are painted to match.
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And yes, the rear derailleur and rims get similar treatment.
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The latest incarnation of Parlee's TT frame
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Aero tube shapes are used throughout.
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The sculpted head tube
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Parlee has swapped the earlier version's integrated post
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The rear brake caliper is neatly tucked away
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Also on hand in the Edge booth was this superlight carbon creation
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What? Independent Fabrications is making bikes from wood now?
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No, no, these tubes are actually carbon fiber
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Brent Ruegamer was another guest in the Edge Composites booth
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The Cannondale Lefty fork and even the handlebar and stem combination
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This looks like a mechanic's nightmare.
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Anyone else remember these?
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This single-speed 'cross bike from Vanilla Bicycles
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Though we've seen Sacha White's creations on numerous occasions
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Another Edge client on hand was Temple Cycles
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We hope the painter was compensated well for all of these dots.
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KirkLee's customer list includes none other than Tyler Hamilton
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New builder October also chooses Edge carbon fiber tubing.
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Whoa.
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Zipp's ZedTech range of custom options
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The new 188 hubs should not only work better
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Zipp's Flash Point range will carry on for 2009.
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Crankbrothers expands on its wheel range
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The DH-specific Opium includes a thru-axle rear hub.
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The versatile Iodine model uses an in-between 21mm-wide rim.
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The Iodine front hub can be used with either 20mm thru-axle
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The Sage freeride model is similar to the Opium
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The original Cobalt cross-country wheelset
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Crankbrothers was granted the exclusive license
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The new 27.2mm models offer a longer 100mm adjustment range
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Crankbrothers' novel split lever design
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